As leader of a creative team of six designers, we were honored to be selected as one of the six teams to participate in GOOD Magazine's GOOD Ideas for Cities Challenge in Cincinnati. GOOD Ideas partners creative problem solvers with urban leaders to tackle real city challenges and present the solutions at a live local event. Our team partnered with the Contemporary Arts Center to ideate around the challenge of serving the local arts scene as a catalyst to drive the economy, attract talent and build a stronger workforce. Our solution, Queen City Spectrum, unifies the creative communities and harnesses the activity across Cincinnati to create a spectrum of art and culture. A mobile app uses a specific color to represent a neighborhood and its events, acting as a database for an all-encompassing creative community. Abandoned, blank walls are used to add pops of color, projecting local artwork and crowd-sourced art to spark conversation and engagement in the creative community.